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Prachinburi Province

About Prachinburi


Within Thailand's eastern region lies the province known as Prachinburi. It is a town that dates back quite a ways. In several parts of the province, archeological remnants have been discovered. There are a lot of natural landmarks to visit. The World Heritage region is home to three different national parks.

The province of Prachinburi has been developed to the point where it has become a secondary city in terms of the region's economic importance. There is investment coming from other countries, which has led to the development of numerous new industrial estates.

Major attractions of Prachinburi province

  • Chaophraya Abhaibhubejhr Building
  • Abhaibhubejhr Thai Herbal Medicine Museum
  • Prachin Buri National Museum
  • Yusuksuwan Museum
  • Thap Lan National Park
  • Khao Yai National Park
  • Pang Sida National Park
Prachin Buri is a province in eastern Thailand. It is known for its natural beauty, including mountains, rivers, and forests. The province is also home to a variety of agricultural products, including fruits, vegetables, and rice.

Local Product Prachinburi

  • Shoots of bamboo: Prachin Buri is also known for its extensive production of bamboo shoots. The bamboo shoots in this area are famous for their huge size as well as their delicious sweetness.
  • Bamboo Furniture: Bamboo is used to construct furniture such as cabinets, tables, beds, and chairs.
  • Rice: The province of Prachin Buri is one of the most important rice-producing regions in all of Thailand. Rice from this province has a well-deserved reputation for its superior quality and mouthwatering aroma.
  • Fruits: Durian, mangosteen, rambutan, longan, and pomelo are just few of the delectable fruits that can be found in Prachin Buri, which is famous for its fruit.
These are only a few examples of the local products that may be found in Prachinburi. If you find yourself in the area, you absolutely must sample at least one of these delectable selections.

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